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1. Mitochondrial Import Driving Forces: Enhanced Trapping by Matrix Hsp70 Stimulates Translocation and Reduces the Membrane Potential Dependence of Loosely Folded Preproteins

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2. Retrieval of Resident Late-Golgi Membrane Proteins from the Prevacuolar Compartment of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Is Dependent on the Function of Grd19p

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3. The J-related Segment of Tim44 Is Essential for Cell Viability: A Mutant Tim44 Remains in the Mitochondrial Import Site, but Inefficiently Recruits mtHsp70 and Impairs Protein...

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4. Presequence and mature part of preproteins strongly influence the dependence of mitochondrial protein import on heat shock protein 70 in the matrix

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5. A dual role for mitochondrial heat shock protein 70 in membrane translocation of preproteins

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8. SUPPLEMENTAL EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES Yeast Strains

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9. Retrieval of Resident Late-Golgi Membrane Proteins from the Prevacuolar Compartment of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Is Dependent on the Function of Grd19p

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10. Protein unfolding by mitochondria: The Hsp70 import motor

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